This is another great post about the art of writing. Every good book needs a good hook–and then another, and another, and another, to keep the reader interested. This post will show you how.
BOOK MARKETING TIPS
Is your book full of hooks?
If you don’t understand the question, don’t worry. I’ll explain it shortly.
After I ask a different question.
Why did you read this article?
I realize that you haven’t committed yet. At any moment, you could walk away.
And so could customers when they check out your book. Remember that.
The hooks make the difference:
- Did the title or image with this post grab your attention?
- Did it make a promise, like more book sales?
- Obviously, the beginning held your interest long enough for you to reach here.
YOUR BOOK NEEDS HOOKS
What is a hook?
A hook is something that catches your potential reader’s attention, arouses a reader’s curiosity, or engages your reader’s interest, for example. Anything that encourages potential customers to read your book effectively serves as a hook.
Your book should have several hooks:
- Your title can actually…
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